Denton Taylor’s enthusiasm pops like oil in a hot skillet. He has won his culinary lottery: a cooking position in the world-renowned Momofuku restaurant in Washington DC. As Denton talks about his work, his voice is full of boundless energy and open joy, byproducts of his achievement. That’s what happens when you go for your dreams - and you get them.
She wore a tiny glittered black hat and a pair of stockings that appeared to have survived a zombie attack. A spider web crossed her desk. It was Halloween and CCWA Apprenticeship Coordinator Dana Newcomer was in the spirit.
Wed, Nov 14 | Noon - 2 p.m. |
DTC, Community Room
Space is limited for this opportunity to share pizza and ideas with Dr. Pando.
RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org to get a seat at the table.
Pizza with the Prez will also be held on the Goochland campus on Mon, Nov 19, and PRC on Tue, Nov 20. Don't wait for the pie to get cold to send in your RSVP!
PRC, Workforce Development
Conference Center Gallery
Artwork by Reynolds faculty, staff, and their families is on display. Stop by for a tour and see what amazing talent is right here at Reynolds.
Thu, Nov 15 | 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. |
PRC, Burnette Hall, 1st Floor Commons
Learn about employment opportunities with Chick-Fil-A (samples not included!)
Thu, Nov 15 | 7 - 8:30 p.m. |
PRC, Massey LTC Lily Pad (Room 137/138)
Lock and Load: Armed Fiction is the only book in America today helping us explore the controversial topic of guns in society. Writers/Co-editors Nash and McAfee will approach the topic through the short stories their book and discussion with the audience. This program is free and open to the public. Books may be borrowed from Reynolds Libraries. Event sponsored by the Multicultural Enrichment Council's Around the World through Books Committee.
Fri, Nov 16 | 11:30 p.m. |
PRC, Welcome Center
Focus is on information for homeschool students wanting to come to Reynolds during the 11th and 12th grades as well as students planning to attend after completing high school.